‘Canadian “Human Rights” Commissions Bear Down on Christian Clergymen’ (Chalcedon, 2008)

ALPHONSE de VALK (1932 - 2020) - Obituary

Father Alphonse de Valk: d. April 2020

I’ve been thinking about what kind of country America will be warped and twisted into if Democrats win this election. The first thing they’ll do is change all the rules so that they’ll never lose again. Then they’ll set about “fundamentally transforming” the country.

One of the things they’re sure to want is the establishment of the kind of “human rights” regime they have in Canada–quasi-governmental bodies which help “gay” activists persecute and destroy anyone who disagrees with them. Like this:


This article discussed just two of many cases current at the time. In both, activists and “human rights” commissars tried to silence Christian clergymen, and succeeded in branding as bizarre, hateful, and wrong beliefs held by Christians the world over for two thousand years.

This has all happened in my lifetime. I don’t know how.

Rev. Boissoin died of cancer a few years ago. A “reporter” took it upon herself to see that a benefit for the Boissoin family was cancelled. She got the bands to bow out.  The Loving Left in action.

May their evil return to them, and bite them.

3 comments on “‘Canadian “Human Rights” Commissions Bear Down on Christian Clergymen’ (Chalcedon, 2008)

  1. The late Pastor James Kennedy wrote a book about what the world would be like if Jesus had never come. Dinesh D’Souza, who is an immigrant from India, says the most valuable thing that mankind has ever produced in all of history is the United States of America. Too bad the Left can’t see it that way – the blind leading the blind.

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